Kurginyan: A major catastrophe followed the collapse of the USSR

27.02.2023, Aleksandrovskoye, Russia

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the world of any obligations and ideas disappeared, and a new world of the right of the strongest prevailed, stated philosopher, analyst, and the leader of the Essence of Time movement Sergey Kurginyan in an interview with the Belorussian TV ONT channel on February 15.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union there was a major catastrophe – the world of ideas and obligations disappeared,” said the political analyst.

The illustration of this is the West’s withdrawal of its promise not to expand NATO eastward after Germany’s reunification.

If there are no rules in the world, then it’s every man for himself: “there are no brothers at card games,” as the analyst puts it. In a world without ideas and rules, power rules; this is the world of Neo-Darwinism. “We check: can we kill? Yes, then let’s kill! Where we can, whom we can, as far as we can,” the philosopher described.

“But this is a way of existence that leads to war,” Kurginyan warned. Now, he said, the West has warmed up the “Russian cauldron” in Ukraine. “And then they want the cauldrons all over the world to boil over,” the leader of the Essence of Time movement summarized.

There are numerous evidence that Western leaders promised the leadership of the Soviet Union – Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev, Foreign Minister Eduard Shevardnadze, KGB Chairman Vladimir Kryuchkov – not to expand NATO eastward after German reunification.

For example, Secretary of State James Baker told a news conference in Moscow on February 9, 1990, that the United States had proposed, to allay the concerns of “those east of Germany,” not to allow NATO forces to expand “not one inch eastward.”

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency

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